Charting the Course to Success in the Era of Personalized Nutrition, by Tom Blue

The personalized nutrition industry is quickly gaining scale, momentum, and consumer visibility, writes Tom Blue,  a veteran and pioneer in the field direct primary care (DPC) and concierge medicine. In this commentary from Integrative Medicine, A Clinician’s Journal, he says that health care practitioners must ready themselves to evaluate and

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Jeffrey Bland PhD on a Personalized Approach to Kidney Disease

Jeff Bland

Did you know that the average life expectancy for someone on kidney dialysis is five years? If you didn’t, you are not alone. Editor and integrative medicine expert Jeffrey Bland, PhD wrote in a recent opinion column in Integrative Medicine, a Clinician’s Journal he was dismayed to learn this factRead …

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Hostility Toward and No Incentives For Personalized Medicine

OP/ED by Kimberly Lord Stewart. I received a press release on a social media survey of 2,000 doctor’s opinions on Mehmet Oz, MD, from a social media polling company called SERMO. Even for social media, I was struck by the level hostility from Oz’s highly educated peers. Quack and aRead …

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